Queen Anne High School’s ‘glowing’ inspection reports

Queen Anne HighLocal MSP Bill Walker has congratulated Dunfermline’s Queen Anne High School on an Education Scotland inspection that found the school to be performing exceptionally well. HM Inspectors found outstanding examples of the Curriculum for Excellence in practice and rated the school as “excellent” or “very good” for every evaluated aspect of its work.

Inspectors also produced a report on the associated learning community, which they consider to be a high-performing service. Rating “very good” in all aspects, its key strengths include well-targeted provision for young people, adults and community groups, well-trained and highly motivated staff, highly developed partnerships and positive collaborative working.

Mr Walker said: “I am delighted at these two exceptionally glowing reports from the inspectors. Congratulations to headteacher Mr James Bellshaw, whom the report commended for his outstanding leadership and skilful management of change.

“The inspectors also noted the commitment of staff to improving young people’s learning experiences and attainment, and they were impressed by the contribution of young people to the life of the school.

“I’m sure parents will be very pleased with this extremely positive inspection, which I know has impressed the Minister for Learning, Alasdair Allan MSP. I look forward to hearing continued excellent reports about Queen Anne High School and its learning community in the future.”

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